Songs from the Santa Fe Opera: Episode 2

Songs from the Santa Fe Opera, Episode 2: The Magic Flute
Saturday, July 11 @ 7 pm MT

Hosted by baritone Anthony Michaels-Moore


The Program

° Excerpt of the "Overture" from Mozart's The Magic Flute performed by The Santa Fe Opera Orchestra 
° Mini-talk by Dramaturg Cori Ellison
° “Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja” from Mozart’s The Magic Flute performed by Benjamin Taylor and Robert Tweten
° “Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen” from Mozart’s The Magic Flute performed by Heather Buck and the Santa Fe Opera Orchestra
° “Ach, ich fühl¹s” from Mozart’s The Magic Flute performed by Joélle Harvey
° Excerpt of “Heil sei euch Geweihten” from Mozart's The Magic Flute performed by the Santa Fe Opera Chorus and Orchestra

Artist appearances made possible through the courtesy of the American Guild of Musical Artists, AFL-CIO.

 

 


 

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SEASON
2020

MUSIC BY
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

LIBRETTO BY
Emanuel Schikaneder

SUNG IN
German

ENGLISH DIALOGUE BY
Tim Albery

PRODUCTION REVIVAL
Last performed by The Santa Fe Opera in 2010

PRODUCTION ILLUSTRATION BY
Benedetto Cristofani

PRODUCTION SUPPORT GENEROUSLY PROVIDED BY
The Estate of Suzanne Hanson Poole

CONSORTIUM DONORS
J. H. B. Kean & Ms. Toby E. Mayman

Dr.Cynthia Kristensen & Jan Friedlander

Judy C. Miner

Grace & John Rosenquist

MATCHING CHALLENGE CAMPAIGN SPONSORS
Avenir Foundation, Inc.
David Henry Jacobs
Jane Stieren Lacy
Susan & Philip Marineau
Susan F. & William C. Morris
Linda Pierce
Sarah Billinghurst Solomon & Howard Solomon
Gene & Jean Stark
Carl & Marilynn Thoma
Robert L. Turner
Robert & Ellen Vladem
The Wyncote Foundation as recommended by Frederick R. Haas & Rafael Gomez